This week’s photo challenge (which expires soon!) with The Daily Post is titled “Up”. [Let the record state that I love that movie.] I have been sailing around the world for 106 days. Today we disembarked the ship. I feel that in these 106 days, I have looked to the sky more often than not.Continue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Up”
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Change
These large Chinese fishing nets in Fort Cochin, Kerala, India, seem to be riding the wave of change.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Sailing to the Future
This week’s weekly photo challenge with The Daily Post looks to the future. In my immediate future is touching on home base! In fact, right now we are sailing past the East Coast of South Africa, and just a few hours I was giddily staring at the lights of Durban’s coastline. I even have cellContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Sailing to the Future”
Photo Friday: Skeletal Humour
In 2010 I shared this picture via Youth Journalism International of a skeleton in our faculty dressed up for the Fifa World Cup. (Click the link and scroll down to the middle-left.) Today we had a rather long clinical skills session for our anaesthesiology block. This little guy met us there. I laughed:
The Meeting: Ni & Mi
Today (a public holiday) I went to Stellenbosch, in the Winelands District of the Western Cape. The medical campus is far from the main campus, so I don’t get to go to Stellenbosch very often. But today I met Nazirah.
The Daily Post hosts a weekly photo challenge. Sometimes I take photos, although I’m hardly a genius. My camera fell and broke while in China, so this photo is from my archives.
When dirt was considered a toy
Summer Camp Day 22: What’s your most beloved childhood memory? I find it difficult to answer this question because I remember so much. If I remembered anatomy as well as I remember my personal and family histories, med school would be a whole new level of awesomeness.
Dusty Keepsakes for the Heart(hard)drive
A little project I attacked with some vigour during this shortish holiday was digitalising our family archives – which basically entailed scanning our family pictures to my computer (I like hyperbole, okay). My dad and I share a soft spot for the family history and I have had nightmares of losing all the old filesContinue reading “Dusty Keepsakes for the Heart(hard)drive”